Gabbie Hanna fans are concerned after TikTok star posts 100 videos in 24 hours

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By Asiya Ali

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Fans of Gabbie Hanna are expressing concern over her mental health after she posts more than 140 videos on TikTok in less than 24 hours.

The 31-year-old social media personality's excessive amount of clips to her 7.6 million followers features her talking about religion, and death with other videos of her crying, screaming and laughing.

Hanna also changed her bio on the social media platform, writing: "R3M3MB3R ME LiKE TH!$" with 18 emojis including three Christian crosses.

In the wake of her bizarre social media activity, social media users are now concerned for Hanna's well-being with many suspecting that she might be experiencing a breakdown.

Watch one of her TikTok video's below:

Previously, Hanna revealed that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder which causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression), as per Mayo Clinic.

In one of her videos about her dad, one user shared their concern by writing: "Never followed her before but from a person who suffers with bipolar I’m legit worried. Hope she’s ok," while another follower added: "I keep checking back and am worried."

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Police were later called into Hanna's home in Los Angeles - which she confirmed in a  follow-up video - and they left her a "wellness card" after searching her property without a warrant.

According to US Weekly, the LAPD shared a statement after searching Hanna's house, writing: "Yesterday at 9:03 AM officers received a radio call of a welfare check."

"Officers made contact with the subject and requested the mental evaluation unit (which consists of a psychiatrist and an officer) due to the nature of the evaluation unit."

"The mental evaluation unit interviewed the subject and determined she did not meet the requirements for a 5150 hold," LAPD added.

Fans first expressed uneasiness with the YouTuber's well-being after she asked users to "pray for her" after claiming someone broke into her home.

Three hours prior, however, she let in a "stranger" named Nicolas who claimed he "felt lost" and "asked to use the bathroom" and proceeded to share videos with him on her page.

One user commented after Hanna shared an update video about the intruder and how she had two psych evaluations, writing: "I’m glad you’re safe but sadly still seems like she’s in a manic state."

Another user said: "Gabbie PLEASE let them drag you to that hospital you need it, I'm so serious. we are all so worried about you."

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The TikTok star's sister, Cecilia Hanna, spoke to PageSix and asked commenters to "mind their business" and claimed that her family will handle the situation.

"This video was filmed and posted a full day before anything was happening or at least before we were aware. We are all in PA and she is in LA," she said.

"We are doing what can be done from here. at the end of the day, you are all strangers on the internet and it is none of your business regardless of the level of concern,” she added.

Featured image credit: UPI / Alamy

Gabbie Hanna fans are concerned after TikTok star posts 100 videos in 24 hours

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

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Fans of Gabbie Hanna are expressing concern over her mental health after she posts more than 140 videos on TikTok in less than 24 hours.

The 31-year-old social media personality's excessive amount of clips to her 7.6 million followers features her talking about religion, and death with other videos of her crying, screaming and laughing.

Hanna also changed her bio on the social media platform, writing: "R3M3MB3R ME LiKE TH!$" with 18 emojis including three Christian crosses.

In the wake of her bizarre social media activity, social media users are now concerned for Hanna's well-being with many suspecting that she might be experiencing a breakdown.

Watch one of her TikTok video's below:

Previously, Hanna revealed that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder which causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression), as per Mayo Clinic.

In one of her videos about her dad, one user shared their concern by writing: "Never followed her before but from a person who suffers with bipolar I’m legit worried. Hope she’s ok," while another follower added: "I keep checking back and am worried."

wp-image-1263166725 size-full
Credit: TikTok.
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Credit: TikTok.

Police were later called into Hanna's home in Los Angeles - which she confirmed in a  follow-up video - and they left her a "wellness card" after searching her property without a warrant.

According to US Weekly, the LAPD shared a statement after searching Hanna's house, writing: "Yesterday at 9:03 AM officers received a radio call of a welfare check."

"Officers made contact with the subject and requested the mental evaluation unit (which consists of a psychiatrist and an officer) due to the nature of the evaluation unit."

"The mental evaluation unit interviewed the subject and determined she did not meet the requirements for a 5150 hold," LAPD added.

Fans first expressed uneasiness with the YouTuber's well-being after she asked users to "pray for her" after claiming someone broke into her home.

Three hours prior, however, she let in a "stranger" named Nicolas who claimed he "felt lost" and "asked to use the bathroom" and proceeded to share videos with him on her page.

One user commented after Hanna shared an update video about the intruder and how she had two psych evaluations, writing: "I’m glad you’re safe but sadly still seems like she’s in a manic state."

Another user said: "Gabbie PLEASE let them drag you to that hospital you need it, I'm so serious. we are all so worried about you."

wp-image-1263166727 size-full
Credit: TikTok.
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Credit: TikTok.

The TikTok star's sister, Cecilia Hanna, spoke to PageSix and asked commenters to "mind their business" and claimed that her family will handle the situation.

"This video was filmed and posted a full day before anything was happening or at least before we were aware. We are all in PA and she is in LA," she said.

"We are doing what can be done from here. at the end of the day, you are all strangers on the internet and it is none of your business regardless of the level of concern,” she added.

Featured image credit: UPI / Alamy